It does not matter whether it is Phone An old iPhone or better iPhone, problems – whether software or hardware – can happen to anyone, and if an iPhone, iPad, or (iPod touch), Became unresponsive, or worse of all it stopped working during the software update, recovery mode might be what you need, but just because you know how to use an iPhone in recovery mode on a previous model does not mean that it works the same way on your newer phone This process will change depending on your phone model.
The phone’s recovery mode is set and doesn’t change with software updates, so if you just downloaded (iOS 14) on your (iPhone 11) phone, the recovery mode will be the same you had when you were working on (iOS 13).
How to set iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro in recovery mode:
Since these phones do not have the actual Home button, recovery mode is accessed by pressing a series of buttons:
- If the (iTunes) program is open on your Mac, close it.
- Connect the (USB) cable to the (Lightning) port on the computer.
- Connect the other end of the USB cable to the Lightning port on your iPhone.
- Open (iTunes).
- Press and release the Volume Up button and then the Volume Down button and then hold the Side button until you see the recovery mode screen.
If recovery mode doesn’t work for some reason, you can also try putting your iPhone or iPad into (DFU) mode, as the device’s firmware update mode is a little more difficult to access, but it often forces the recovery option even when nothing else works.
How to put iPad Pro into recovery mode:
Since iPad Pro 2018 does not have a Home button, recovery mode is accessed by pressing a series of buttons.
- Press and hold (Sleep / Wake) and the Volume Up or Volume Down buttons at the same time until you see the Power Off slider.
- Drag the Power Off slider to turn off iPad Pro.
- Connect the iPad Pro to the computer while holding down the “Sleep / Wake” button.
- Hold the button above (Sleep / Wake) until you see the recovery mode screen.